Deep Appreciation and Heartfelt Thanks To The Sangat Of New York,

Garden State Sikh Association, Gurdwara Bridge Water, Sri Singh Sabha

Glen Rock, New Jersey, Mid-Hudson Sikh Cultural Society, Fishkill, NY,

Singh Sabha New York, Guru Ram Das Ashram, Brooklyn, NY, Sikh Center

Flushing, New York, Ontario Khalsa Darbar, Sikh Dharma, New England

Sikh Study Circle, Boston, Guru Gobind Singh Foundation, Washington,

D.C., Chicago And California, Who Marched Together In The Magnificent

And Colorful Sikh Parade Held On Saturday, April 23, 1988, In New York.

The Sikh Cultural Society, New York Is Also Indebted To Those Dedicated

Workers Who Spent Their Valuable Time In Preparing The Colorful Floats

Including The One Depicting The Golden Temple.

The Sikh Cultural Society Is Especially Grateful To The Dedicated

Workers Of The Sikh Youth Federation, New York, And New Jersey For

Working As Volunteers.

The Society Is Also Grateful To The Afghan Sikh Society For Providing

Langar On The Spot And Nanak Taxi Association, Manhatten For Serving

Soft Drinks To The Marchers.

The Sikh Cultural Society Is Thankful To The Participants For Braving

Heavy Downpour And Chilly Winds And Marching In A Disciplinary Manner

To The End Of The Parade.

The Sikh Cultural Society has decided To Make The Parade As An

Annual Feature With The Co-operation And Collaboration Of The Other

Sikh Organizations Of New York.



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Article extracted from this publication >> May 13, 1988